NAGPRA Websites

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 American Indian Ritual Object Repatriation Foundation 

 Barb Bocek's Bibliography of Repatriation Issues 
Native American Studies Collections Stanford University

 Bureau of Reclamation NAGPRA Program and Policy 
US Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation

 California Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act of 2001 

 California Native American Heritage Commission 

 California Office of Historic Preservation 

 Kennewick Man: Academic Info Directory of Online Resources 

 Kennewick Man: DNA Testing, Morphological Analysis, and Cultural Affiliation 
National Park Service, Archaeology and Ethnography Program

 Kennewick Man: News and Information 
About Archaeology

 Indian Burial and Sacred Grounds Watch 

 NAGPRA Compliance at San Francisco State University 
Details of SFSU’s NAGPRA related collections, inventories, and consultation with Native American tribal officials

 NAGPRA.org 

 Native American Cemetery Preservation 
Informational site maintained by Saving Graves

 National NAGPRA Resource Page 
US National Park Service resource guide to NAGPRA

 National Archaeological Database (NAGPRA) 

 National Museum of Natural History Repatriation Office 

 NMNH Repatriation Report Summaries 

 Repatriation and NAGPRA 
     
About Archaeology

 Saving Graves 
A collaborative effort of cemetery preservation advocates working to increase public awareness and activism in preserving, protecting and restoring endangered and forgotten historic cemeteries worldwide

 State Repatriation, Reburial, and Grave Protection Laws 

 

ESSENTIAL READING

 Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, 25 U.S.C. 3001 et seq. [Nov. 16, 1990]

 43 CFR 10 – Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Regulations [Oct. 01, 2003]

 Archaeological Human Remains: Scientific, Cultural, and Ethical Considerations 
D. Gareth Jones and Robyn J. Harris, Current Anthropology 1998. 39:253-264.

 Archaeological Politics and Public Interest in Paleoamerican Studies: Lessons from Gordon Creek Woman and Kennewick Man 
Douglas W. Owsley and Richard L. Jantz, American Antiquity 2001. 66(4): 565-575.

 NAGPRA is Forever: Osteology and the Repatriation of Skeletons 
Jerome C. Rose, Thomas J. Green, and Victoria D. Green, Annual Review of Anthropology 1996. 25:81-103.

 The Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act: A New Beginning, Not the End, for Osteological Analysis – A Hopi Perspective 
Kurt E. Dongoske, American Indian Quarterly 1996. 20:287-296.

 Native Americans and the Practice of Archaeology 
T.J. Ferguson, Annual Review of Anthropology 1996. 25:63-79.

 Who Owns the Past? The American Indian Struggle for Control of Their Ancestral Remains 
Website that accompanies the PBS Documentary

 

 

  

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Last Updated 9 February 2006

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